The long and often forgotten lifeline that characterizes bond-financed Capital Improvement Projects tends to obscure them from the memory of the communities that voted for them in the first place.
“The long trajectory for completion of many of these projects is necessary,” Murphy City Manager Mike Castro said. “After a few months, residents become accustomed to the reconstruction of a major thoroughfare, or the upgrading of infrastructure projects. They learn to live with the inconveniences, perhaps forgetting them altogether.”
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